Arlington

Pedestrian in crosswalk seriously hurt in Arlington crash

The driver remained at the scene and cooperated with investigators.

Booze notebook: Skookum Brewery cans its award-winning IPA

The latest on Snohomish County’s breweries, wineries and distilleries.

Charges: Teen lit bomb to cause ‘mayhem’ at Arlington school

The suspect, a student at the high school, allegedly had two more bombs at his house.

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A new pathway to construction, electrical and labor trades

Students who complete the program will receive college credit through Everett Community College.

And so it begins: Water floods some Snohomish County roads

Flood warnings in Snohomish, Arlington, Monroe, Silvana and Sultan in effect until Tuesday night.

Explosive causes Arlington High evacuation; teen detained

Students were released for the day as police continued investigating the incident Tuesday afternoon.

Candidates for Arlington mayor keep city’s growth in mind

Don Vanney, Jr. is running against Mayor Barb Tolbert, who has been in office since 2012.

Mobile trailer catches fire in Arlington on Saturday morning

The Fire Marshall is still investigating the exact cause of the incident.

Military weapons seized from suspected neo-Nazi in Arlington

The suspect is reportedly the leader of a group inspired by Adolph Hitler and Charles Manson.

Viking Hall, a piece of Silvana history, needs help

A group in the small town is in danger of losing the building, and hope more people rent the space.

School’s out for this Arlington property

The school board abandoned plans to build a high school on the rural parcel and will sell it instead.

Port’s new director looks ahead to ongoing waterfront revival

Lisa Lefeber says she’ll help build “a balanced waterfront” with jobs, Navy operations and recreation.

Ezekiel Kelly’s family Ann Fields, right, Pam Fields, and LaTonage Kelly speak to a group of family, friends and officials involved in his murder case at a bench dedication at the Rosehill Community Center on Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019 in Mukilteo, Wash. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Scarred by Mukilteo murder, a family expresses hope, thanks

Ezekiel Kelly was tortured and killed in 2018. His family says police were dogged and compassionate.

Ezekiel Kelly’s family Ann Fields, right, Pam Fields, and LaTonage Kelly speak to a group of family, friends and officials involved in his murder case at a bench dedication at the Rosehill Community Center on Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019 in Mukilteo, Wash. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

WWU students enlisted to work on a downtown Arlington plan

Students and faculty at the Bellingham school have worked in a similar way with other municipalities.

For lease or sale? Arlington High’s historic A Building

The school board will consider hiring a real estate consultant to market the beloved building.

Work on assisted living center could start in early 2020

The building near Smokey Point would include a memory care wing. A public meeting is Tuesday.

ATVs to be allowed on many rural county roads under 35 mph

The County Council voted Wednesday to open up roads east of Highway 9 and some north of Marysville.

Arlington firefighter Aaron Boede, 30 (left), and acting Capt. Greg Koontz with a steel beam that was recovered from ground zero after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. A memorial display at Arlington’s Fire Station 46 is visible from the street and open to the public. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Firefighters help today’s kids understand the meaning of 9/11

In Arlington, students can see and touch a 13-foot steel beam recovered from the World Trade Center.

Arlington firefighter Aaron Boede, 30 (left), and acting Capt. Greg Koontz with a steel beam that was recovered from ground zero after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. A memorial display at Arlington’s Fire Station 46 is visible from the street and open to the public. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

This state agency’s real estate deal would benefit schools

The Department of Natural Resources might swap 27 acres of trees for a commercial parcel in Arlington.

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